Every Federal motorcycle is one-of-a-kind and hand-built with love in Chicago, Illinois. Interested in a build? Send us some information on what you're looking for below or contact us for current availability.
The Ace / 001
The first build to roar out of the Federal garage is a 1974 Norton Commando 850 tracker for riding around the city or cruising through the rockies all the way to the coast.
The Couch Surfer / 002
A 1974 Honda CB360 tracker commissioned to be a daily downtown rider that can hit the mountains for a weekend tear.
Due South / 003
A 1980 Yamaha XS400 cafe racer built to wake the neighbors and peak the interest of local law enforcement.
Fade to Black / 004
We stripped down and murdered out this 1975 Honda CB550 for Canadian Film Director, Grant Harvey.
Sunshine State of Mind / 005
A 1978 Yamaha SR500 built for beach front burnouts down in South Florida.
Lil' Kim / 006
A re-envisioned 2006 Honda XR650L thumper heading to British Columbia to enjoy the mountain air and winding roads in equal parts.
The Five / 007
A 1979 BMW R100 cafe racer designed with a nod to the 1976 Formula 1 car, the Lotus 77.
Daisy Duke / 008
A 2013 KTM Duke 690 with all the fat trimmed off in the surgical hands of the Federal team. Talk about high and tight.
Two Scoops / 009
A 1983 Honda CX650 which maybe the raciest Federal Moto build to date. Nothing but the engine stayed on this chariot.
The Dark Passenger / 010
1974 Honda CB750 that has come to be known as our 'Dark Passenger' – that undeniable urge to build.
Grand Trunk Express / 011
We've dreamed up our take on the 2014 Royal Enfield Continental GT as part of our new partnership with Royal Enfield and their ambassador program.
The Backburner / 012
Our second crack at a Honda CB360T. Simple and lean – the perfect city slicker.
The Bottom Feeder / 013
Big Suzie / 014
We gave the 2005 Suzuki DR-Z400S the Federal treatment. Chicago potholes stand no chance.
A sleek and dark 1979 BMW R75 street machine for renowned photographer Serdar Ozturk.